The Argentine novel: an annotated bibliography. Supplement

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Scarecrow Press, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 236 pages
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The breadth of Argentine literature is fully realized with this supplement to the author's exhaustive 1997 effort, The Argentine Novel: An Annotated Bibliography. Covering the final decade of the 20th century, this work picks up where the original left off, delivering substantial entries on Argentine novels of the 1990s, as well as one hundred pre-1990 novels and critical studies that were omitted in the first volume. Each title is meticulously explored, with further information on subsequent editions, reprintings, and foreign translations. In additon, Lichtblau cites critical reaction where possible. An important addition to any comparative literature collection, this extension completes the most thorough reference work on the Argentine novel to date.

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Contents

B
16
31
49
D
62
H
98
106
143
Q
169
T
199
V
213
Journals Magazines and Newspapers Cited
231
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